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    Yeah, I actually broke a pair of dykes last night then switched to the vice grips.

    Here's another question, anyone found a reasonable price for the fuel filter/water separator? (PN:275 500 089) Its $20 everywhere I looks which seems expensive.

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    i usually get stuff off OSDParts.com i think.

    $18 sounds about right.
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    Why just buy the filter? You should also replace the O-ring too. So, the filter is $20, the O-Ring is $6, that's $26. Or you can buy the complete assembly from Parker Yamaha for $20.75---That's the whole she-banga-bang. It's part# 15 on the explosion drawing. Here is the part # 275500358, now that seems like a better bargain for your hard earned cash! You might be able to search around and get it cheaper. At SHSpowersports.com it's $23.49, if your not in a hot rush sign up on their site and they will email you when they are having free shipping or check HERE and you probably can't beat that, but you just need to wait. Towards the end of the year they were offering free shipping almost all the time. Or OSD has it for $22. It doesn't pay to buy it separately.

    http://osdparts.com/index.php?main_p...oducts_id=1021

    http://www.parkeryamaha.com/seadoopw...275500358.aspx


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    Mostly because parker Yahmaha bends you over backwards on shipping.

    is that entire assembly on OSD?

    it is!

    http://osdparts.com/index.php?main_p...oducts_id=1021

    Parker: shipping to 17339: $13.41

    OSD shipping:4.00

    Crap, from now on I'm only buying the whole assembly... good call.

    I used to like Parker, but there shipping is just nuts. Often like $14 to ship something that would fit in a .44 envelope.

    this is the filter i was thinking about adding to my 2 'precious' skis:

    http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/web...ram_22660946-p

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    Shipping at Parker is $13, so it looks like I'll go with OSD. Thanks.

    Has anyone heard of flow issues after installing an inline fuel filter?
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    No problem guys, I just look at the cheapest purchase price, it's up to you to decide what you want to pay for shipping, for me, I'd wait for the free shipping at SHS and order other stuff if needed.

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    try 'discount05' on OSD.

    or "P20" and then use paypal on Advance Auto web site. (pickup in store).

    No fuel flow issues, there's a whole thread on this.

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    Got all the new lines replaced. Rebuilt the carbs. Put the inline filter in right before the carbs. Charged battery. Fired right up and also idles again without feathering the gas. NEW problem. Added fuel stabilizer at the garage I did the work then headed home. Around noon today I went outside to start it up without hose and it fired right up. Shut it down after about 10 seconds. Last season I was having some electrical issues with my VTS. Disconnected it and ski ran just fine the rest of the season. Well after I shut it down today after running for a few seconds I decided to clean all contacts on VTS, plug it in, and give it a try. Ski wont start now. Disconnected...No start. Did I fry something?

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    I don't think you fried anything, check your fuses.

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    Got around to the ski again today. Tried starting it. Gets a initial turnover then shuts down before I can get it to run. I noticed the new filter i put in only had a few drops of gas in it(reserve tank full). My engine is not getting gas it seems. All of the lines are correct, assuming this because once the system was put back together after the rebuild of carbs it fired right up and was getting good gas flow. Ran it for 5 or 6 minutes on the hose. Now...not getting gas. I'm stumped. I checked all the lines for a air leak. Everything is good and tight no air leaks. Ideas from any pro's?

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    Did you get the fuel selector cleaned properly? Or did you replace it? Also see if it makes a difference on the "on" , "res" or off position.

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    yes i cleaned the fuel selector really well. I put more gas in to create a better vacuum. It started and ran. Like dog poop. I might be in big trouble. It still isn't getting enough gas i believe. I look at the new fuel filter i put and hold it vertical and can see the filter is not filling up with gas. While running it I see oil coming out of the exhaust and onto the ground. Could that be the gas/oil mixture not getting enough gas? OR am I dealing with a bigger issue here?

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    Did you pressure test the fuel system and carbs after having it all apart? Sounds like you have a leak somewhere and sucking air, fuel pump not functioning properly, or the pulse line is not connected correctly. Are you sure you have the fuel line installed correctly at the tank?

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    I have not done a pressure test because I don't have the tool. But reading up on the pressure test you apply a lever up and down to test correct? This lever... it moves and hits a small little piston it looks like. Is this lever supposed to have play in it or have constant contact with it? As you can tell I don't know much about carbs.

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